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This is not an accessible sports car. It won't rub its avant-garde bodywork in your face and let you grope its dashboard on the first drive. It's dignified, sophisticated - even a little aloof. It will only reveal its charms for just the right handler. But one day, after years of practice, you'll become aware of the utter contempt in which you now hold the rest of the human race, and you'll know you can finally say "I drive a Pariah."
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The Ocelot Pariah is a sports car featured in Grand Theft Auto Online as part of the Doomsday Heist update.


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The Pariah takes prominent influence from the Aston Martin Vanquish Zagato, with a series of mixes from the Ferrari 812 Superfast and Ferrari Portofino, evidently on the headlights and grille. The taillights seem to be inspired by the ones found on the 2014 Dodge Viper SRT, which coincidentally makes the rear resemble that of the Furore GT, an in-game Lampadati vehicle.

The front end of the car features a carbon-fibre splitter at the bottom, which spans the whole width, followed by an inset section that is curved and houses a narrow central intake and two larger ones on the outer edges. The area above the inset section is predominated by the main grille, which spans almost the entire width of the car and follows the curvature of the inset section on the lower line, while the upper line is relatively flat. On the upper section, the car has a small Ocelot emblem on the centre and two large housings on the edges, whose upper portions reach the lateral seams of the bonnet and have smaller ducts on top, while the lower portions are finished in carbon fibre and house circular headlamps. The bonnet itself has a slightly bulged profile on the centre and features two black intakes around the middle, which opens to reveal the engine bay, a strut brace and two black tubes coming from the side ducts, intended for cooling purposes.

The sides of the car are relatively simple and features a set of exit vents on the front fenders, followed by inset formations passing through the doors, the bulky rear fenders and the black side skirts. On the glasshouse area, the car has black trim around the windows, on the inner separations and on the A-pillars, while the doors have large mirror shells with thin supports near the A-pillars. The roof has a slightly concave portion on the centre and a single hatch behind the cabin, with a large window glass and the manufacturer emblem on the end.

The rear of the car is very similar to that of the Furore GT, featuring a square-shaped outline, a concave portion on the upper area and modern tail lamps on the upper corners. The sides have distinctive grooves/ridges right beside the rear outline, while the lower area is predominated by a large light gray/silver diffuser with meshed vents and dual exhaust tubes on either side, along with a black trapezium-shaped section on the centre that holds the license plate. The interior is shared with cars like the FMJ and the Tempesta, having carbon-fibre paddle shifters behind the steering wheel and the Ocelot emblem on the horn cap.

The primary colour of the car is applied on the bodywork, while the secondary one is applied on the outline of the headlamps, the main spokes of the stock rims and the interior stitching. It uses a unique set of rims, consisting of six main spokes and dual thinner ones between each main spoke, wrapped in low-profile tyres.

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Performance-wise, the Pariah is in a league of its own. It excels in the Sports class, more than the likes of the Elegy RH8, Neo, and Jugular, and would be competitive in the Supers class. Despite being powered by what seems to be a large displacement inline-4 engine, it has supercar-levels of engine power, giving it unusually high top speed and acceleration. Its sheer power output also brings about a lot of wheelspin off the line and around corners, requiring a bit more throttle control than most sports cars. Handling is decent, although traction loss is often experienced when going over bumps. It also has a tendency to have minor body roll due to its light weight.

Overall, these traits make the Pariah the recommended choice for Sports class races with more straight sections and smoother roads. More technical tracks may call for better handling and cornering ability, in which case the Itali GTO or Comet SR would be a better choice. On especially tight tracks, quickly-accelerating cars like the Imorgon or Neon could outpace the Pariah.

The engine sound is a higher-revving version of the Specter's engine sound.

The Pariah's statistical stock top speed is 110 mph / 177 km/h.[1]

  • EMS Engine Upgrade 1 produces 112 mph / 180 km/h.
  • EMS Engine Upgrade 2 produces 115 mph / 185.11 km/h.
  • EMS Engine Upgrade 3 produces 120 mph / 193.1 km/h.
  • EMS Engine Upgrade 4 produces 126 mph / 202.8 km/h.

This makes it, when fully upgraded, the fastest “normal” car in the game in a straight line, outpacing the Banshee 900R, Deveste Eight, 811, and nearly all Arena War vehicles equipped with nitrous. The only land vehicles with higher top speeds are the BF400 when doing a wheelie, or those with boost functions (i.e. the Vigilante, Scramjet, Oppressor, ZR380, Toreador or Deathbike).

As mentioned above, the car uses a twin-cam 4-cylinder engine with an air filter on the intake, coupled to a 5-speed gearbox and powering the rear wheels. Its engine sound is very similar to the one used in cars like the Coquette and the Jester, albeit edited with the engine sound used in cars like the Comet and the Tailgater, barely heard on higher engine revolutions.

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Vehicle Statistics - Grand Theft Auto Online
(0-60 mph in Seconds)
Top Speed
(mph / kmh)
Gears Engine Drivetrain
(kg / lbs)
Fuel Tank
Size (litres)
Handling.meta [?]
N/A 96.4 / 155.1 5 N/A RWD 1500 / 3307 60
Website Statements [?] / Badges
N/A 110 / 177 6
FR DOHC Inline-4 (In-game model) RWD Cannot be observed Cannot be observed
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Category Modification Cost Image
Armor No Armor $1,000
Armor Upgrade 20% $7,500
Armor Upgrade 40% $12,000
Armor Upgrade 60% $20,000
Armor Upgrade 80% $35,000
Armor Upgrade 100% $50,000
Brakes Stock Brakes $1,000
Street Brakes $20,000
Sport Brakes $27,000
Race Brakes $35,000
Bumpers Front Bumpers Stock Front Bumper $2,200
Secondary Strip $4,600
Carbon Strip $7,400
Tuner Bumper $11,700
Secondary Strip Tuner Bumper $14,500
Carbon Strip Tuner Bumper $14,700
GT Bumper $14,900
Secondary GT Bumper $15,100
Carbon GT Bumper $15,300
Rear Bumpers Stock Rear Diffuser $2,200
Carbon Diffuser $4,600
Carbon Trim Diffuser $7,400
Engine EMS Upgrade, Level 1 $9,000
EMS Upgrade, Level 2 $12,500
EMS Upgrade, Level 3 $18,000
EMS Upgrade, Level 4 $33,500
Explosives Ignition Bomb $5,000
Remote Bomb $7,500
Hoods Stock Hood $1,600
Secondary Hood $3,000
Carbon Hood $5,000
Vented Scoop Hood $8,000
Secondary Vented Scoop Hood $9,600
Carbon Vented Scoop Hood $11,000
Performance Hood $11,600
Secondary Performance Hood $12,000
Carbon Performance Hood $12,400
GT Hood $12,400
Secondary GT Hood $12,500
Carbon GT Hood $12,900
Horns Main article: Los Santos Customs/Horns -
Lights Headlights Stock Lights $600
Xenon Lights $7,500
Neon Kits Main article: Los Santos Customs/Lights -
Livery None $11,400
Classic White Stripes $18,240
Classic Black Stripes $19,380
Blue Race Stripes $20,520
Red Race Stripes $21,660
Black Offset $22,800
White Offset $23,370
Black Pointed Stripes $23,939
White Pointed Stripes $24,510
Ocelot Stripe $25,080
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Respray Main article: Los Santos Customs/Respray Colors -
Roofs Stock Roof $200
Secondary Roof $700
Carbon Roof $1,150
Sell Sell Vehicle
Skirts Stock Skirts $2,500
Carbon Skirts $5,500
Pariah Skirts $8,000
Spoilers None $6,000
Tuner Spoiler $7,050
Secondary Tuner Spoiler $10,000
Carbon Tuner Spoiler $13,000
Type II Spoiler $14,000
Secondary Type II Spoiler $16,000
Carbon Type II Spoiler $16,500
GT Spoiler $17,000
Secondary GT Spoiler $17,500
Carbon GT Spoiler $18,000
Performance Spoiler $18,500
Secondary Performance Spoiler $19,000
Carbon Performance Spoiler $19,500
Suspension Stock Suspension $200
Lowered Suspension $1,000
Street Suspension $2,000
Sport Suspension $3,400
Competition Suspension $4,400
Transmission Stock Transmission $1,000
Street Transmission $29,500
Sports Transmission $32,500
Race Transmission $40,000
Turbo None $5,000
Turbo Tuning $50,000
Wheels Main article: Los Santos Customs/Wheels -
Windows None $500
Light Smoke $1,500
Dark Smoke $3,500
Limo $5,000

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Update Change(s)
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1.42 12/12/2017 Added Pariah.


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  • A pariah is an outcast, implying that the Pariah is in a league of its own when it comes to performance.
  • The Pariah emits a unique electrical beep when the engine is turned off.
  • The default radio station for the Pariah is WorldWide FM.


  1. How do we gain these statistics?:
    GTA Wiki: Manual of Style/Vehicles/Speed Testing - GTA V and GTA Online
    These top speeds are not suitable for comparing cars and their performance on the road. Roads are bumpy, and bumps in the game give vehicles random boosts of speed, increasing the overall road top speed. These top speeds simply show which car has the highest statistical speed, essentially a speed which considers all the variables added to the initial raw top speed in the handling files, and do not reflect the top speed each of these cars could reach on the road or even travelling through air. Finally, these speeds do not determine which car is "quickest" or "fastest" - competing vehicles in drag races may result in unexpected outcomes, due to the fact that restricting the drag race distance may not allow certain vehicles to reach their top speed, as the acceleration of vehicles has a massive affect on their performance and reliability in racing. These statistical top speeds give all vehicles plenty of time to reach their highest top speed on a flat, indefinitely-long strip of straight track.